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Oceanside (San Diego, California)

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  • Parents report son after seeing him rob store on camera

    Parents report son after seeing him rob store on camera
    An Oceanside couple who recognized their son in a surveillance image from a jewelry store burglary alerted police, who picked up the son and an alleged accomplice, it was reported today. The arrests in the Nov. 10 burglary at Gems N' Loans on Mission...
  • Trial begins for off-duty cop who shot woman and son

    Trial begins for off-duty cop who shot woman and son
    An off-duty police officer unlawfully shot a female motorist and her 8-year-old son after she initiated an incident of road rage, a prosecutor said today, but a defense attorney said his client fired to stop a threat. Frank White, 29, is charged with...
  • Cop shooter gets life sentence

    Cop shooter gets life sentence
    A gang member who was 17 when he shot and killed an Oceanside police officer in his crime-ridden neighborhood was sentenced today to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 61 years. Meki Gaono was convicted April 20 of first-degree...
  • WWII Veteran Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross

    After 65-years a local World War II veteran is finally getting recognized for his bravery. Today 87-year-old Joe Moser of Ferndale received the Distinguished Flying Cross. He actually earned the award in 1944 after flying a highly successful bombing...
  • Pendleton fire forces evacuations of homes

    CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (AP) _ An out-of-control wildfire is burning on the Camp Pendleton Marine base, forcing the evacuation of a military housing area and more than 1,100 homes near the base. San Diego County Office of Emergency Services spokeswoman...
  • Officer Charged with Fixing Ticket for Sex

    SAN DIEGO - A California Highway Patrol officer pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony charges for allegedly working to get a speeding ticket dismissed a driver in exchange for sex. Office Abram Carabajal, 51, of Oceanside is charged with felony counts of...
  • Earthquake Shakes Channel Islands Off California Coast

    AVALON -- A small earthquake shook the Channel Islands off the California coast Thursday morning, but there were no immediate reports of damages or injuries. The magnitude-4.2 earthquake shook in the Pacific Ocean at 12:41 a.m. about 40 miles south of...
  • Wife testifies in officer's trial

    Wife testifies in officer's trial
    The wife of San Diego Police Officer Frank White told a jury Tuesday what she remembers about the road rage incident that left a woman and her son injured last year. "I thought that they were going to kill us," said Jacquellyn White. "That they wanted to...
  • Jury mulls fate of cop in road rage shooting case

    Jury mulls fate of cop in road rage shooting case
    Jury deliberations will resume for a second day Friday in the trial of an off-duty San Diego police officer who shot a woman and her son during a road-rage incident last year. Officer Frank White is charged with felony gross negligent discharge of a...
  • Jury reaches verdict in cop's road-rage shooting trial

    Jury reaches verdict in cop's road-rage shooting trial
    Silence in the courtroom when the clerk read the verdict. "We the jury find Franklin James White not guilty..." Then, a sigh of relief for Officer Frank White who hugs his attorney and then hugs his wife and his family at the courtroom gallery. A...
  • A mortgage of convenience

    For first-time home buyers Joshua and Latoya Washington, the mid-February arrival of their high-efficiency furnace was a cause for celebration -- sweet reward for pursuing an energy-efficient mortgage. The loan allowed the Washingtons to roll the cost of...
  • More students, fewer classes at local community colleges

    More students, fewer classes at local community colleges
    Enrollment at San Diego County's community colleges is up this summer despite fewer classes being offered because of proposed cuts in state funding, it was reported Thursday. The San Diego Community College District cut summer offerings by 10 percent...